If you tap on the window motor (this is an easy check here) and then try and operate it with the window switch plugged back in if it runs and operates even briefly then the window motor needs replaced.I would try this and see if this works here at all and let me know.
Here is the removal procedure for this here.
- The lift mechanism motors in the front and rear doors are replaced in the same way. Work with the door open.
- Remove door panel.
- Raise the window to its highest position.
- Switch off the ignition.
- Secure window to door frame with tape.
- Remove lift mechanism motor screws.
- Disconnect connector.
- Remove lift mechanism motor.
- Connect connector to lift mechanism motor. Position it and reinstall screws. Tighten to 10 Nm (7.4 ft.lbs).
- Remove tape securing window.
Test lift mechanism motor function. Lower window to its lowest position and then raise to its highest position.
Reinstall the door panel.
With the window stuck down this can be difficult to do and may require removing the motor and regulator assembly as a unit or see if you can access inside the door to remove the glass from the regulator to remove it.Then replace the motor as this does sound like the motor is at fault here.
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